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, and it does appear according to nbc news sources in law enforcement, that there is some video of somebody placing a black bag or a dark bag at the site near the site of the explosions. we should caution that there may have been a lot of people placing bags on the ground, as they come to watch runners pass the finish line. that may not have been the bomb at all. but if you are an investigator trying to get to the bottom of this, that's someone opportunity to talk to. and what law enforcement sources are telling us is that there are a lot of people now that they want to talk to based on all of this evidence. but with everybody, world media here, law enforcement agencies from around the country, really lacking at this, there are a lot of -- there's a lot of information that's flying around and a lot o opportunipportuniti to conclusions. that appears to be what happened. nonetheless, they've made some tremendous strides. we can see that based on what we're looking at on the ground since the attacks on monday afternoon. guys? >> a great rundown, scott, of what we know and don't know at this po
were the law enforcement officials doing their job. so you have a community that is very much cooperating with law enforcement in this lockdown. everybody understands the importance and the need to stay out of the way and let the officials do their job, as they go literally door to door to juror, to try to find this 19-year-old suspect. so, yes, this has been a day like no other. i can guarantee you, in the city metropolitan area around boston. >> and the thinking, bill, in terms of going door to door, the thinking is, perhaps someone is hiding them in their homes? it's quite fascinating that the police are going door to door in all of these homes in that region. >> the thinking, maria, is that this 19-year-old may be holding somebody hostage in their home. you're not supposed to open the door to anybody unless they identify themselves clearly as a law enforcement official. so it is clear, they are still going door to door, and it is possible, they believe, that this 19-year-old chechen could be holding somebody hostage or could be on the move and trying to, you know, find a l
secretary jay carney. >> this is the result of sequester that was never meant to be law. it was never meant to be law for reasons like this. congress can act. it could have acted in the past. it could have brought down the sequester and avoided it entirely. congress could act now to do that. republicans in congress could decide that the victory party is over and it's time to get serious about the economy. >> reporter: now, it was never meant to be, but it is a fact of life for travelers just as the summer traveling season begins to heat up. bill? >> hampton, thank you very much. so what impact will an air traffic control slowdown have on the airline business and on their stocks? joining us, seth caplan, managing partner at airline weekly. an online airline industry newsletter. and our own phil lebeau joining us as well. seth, obviously the sequester was meant to be a worst case scenario. nobody wanted to see it happen, but it has. is this the worst case scenario for the airline business right now in your view? >> not the worst case scenario, but it's certainly very frustrating. for the all
as a result of the law? >> in a general sense, yes. i think some of the banks like ubs have already progressed a lot, in that direction. other banks are still trying to sort of, you know, postpone that strategic and structural debate. >> so how does this play out? every analyst report i read, it's not about earnings growth, it's about all these regulators and what this is going to mean for the major banks. >> sure, and when we embarked, and i was part of the group that was rewriting this global regulation, one thing we always tried to make sure, that is a level playing field. i think over the last two years, the whole regulation has swung somewhat away from trying to ensure a global level playing field, and with global systemic surcharges for all the global banks being the stapame to regulators forcing a lot more on local operations. so i think they need to get that process back to the fsb, back to the g-20, and really have a discussion about the global level of the playing field for regulation, because we're all global banks now. and you cannot avoid a financial crisis of dimension of the las
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